Watch our interview with Will Croston, the Director of the International Program and UCAS advisor at Norwich School, where we discuss the benefits of day school hosting for international students. We explore how this model has benefitted both international and domestic students, as well as the support process provided.
Gabbitas, in collaboration with Norwich School was the first British independent education consultancy to offer a day school to international students.
Since 2014, Gabbitas has helped hundreds of in qualifying for places at top British independent day schools, which would otherwise have been inaccessible to them.
This has created new opportunities for international students to fully immerse themselves in the day-to-day activities that British families offer their children, providing them with a more authentic experience, immersing them in English language and setting them up for life in the UK after they leave school.
Norwich School: Guardianship & Intergration
Since 2014, Gabbitas in collaboration with Norwich School were the first independent education consultancy to offer a Day School to international students. O...
Another successful BBSW event, having met and spoken to schools from all corners of the UK. We would like to extend a thank you to British Boarding Schools Network for welcoming the Gabbitas family to yet another successful event. Having met with our existing network of schools and building new new relationships with schools has always been the highlight of their events.
We were particularly impressed by the range of summer schools on offer this year. Summer course provide international students with the traditional British boarding experience - and help domestic students explore skills outside the classroom. We are looking forward to seeing how these courses develop over time and their impact on students’ progress.
If you'd like to learn more on summer schools - or enquire to see our full summer schools list, send us an email [email protected] or call +44 (0) 203 026 7443
for your 2023 GCSE exams? This guide has been developed in collaboration with our team of expert tutors, mentors and consultants, where we lay out the best revision methods and learning styles – with tangible examples.
How to prepare for GCSE exams in 2023 - Gabbitas
This guide on how to prepare for GCSE exams has been developed in collaboration with our team of expert tutors, mentors and consultants.
Our team in China breaks down China’s reopening after COVID-19 and what this means for independent School.
China is reopening: Will Chinese student numbers rebound at Independent Schools? - Gabbitas
Feb132023BlogFeatured It is well known that the coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown restrictions, domestically and internationally, have wilted the number of Chinese students in British independent schools. Where fears of COVID-19 infections, combined with travel restrictions, have made studying...
To ensure our tutees are equip with the best possible resources and education, it is incredibly important to us that we look after our dedicated team of expert tutors. For this, our long-standing partnership with The Tutors’ Association has enabled our team for an extensive exchange of knowledge and experience on par with mutual support and encouragement.
Gabbitas’ tutors are world renowned professionals with some notable names including Amelia Earhart and Edward Elgar. Yet, it is not only their credentials that makes them part of the Gabbitas family, but their mission to adapt and grow students to their best ability.
We would like to thank The Tutors' Association for their continued support and for hosting The Tutor’s Association, National Tutors’ Conference 2022: Driving Excellence in Tuition.
“Gabbitas opened doors for our daughter that we could not have done on our own. They were professional, efficient and quickly gave us the confidence that we would find the right school.”
- Successful British Boarding School Applicant, Tutee.
Get in touch via our link in bio, or contact us on our website to start your education journey with us. From placements, guardianship and bespoke tutoring- the Gabbitas team are ready for your child’s every need.
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A we celebrate the season with our loved ones and family, it is important to recognise the privileged position we hold. In a world that is increasingly filled with strife and conflict, it is only right that we come together and support those communities that need it most. Whether through volunteering our time, donating to charities, or simply showing compassion to those around us, make this Christmas a meaningful one. On the last slide, we have compiled useful links to incredible charities and organisations.
The Gabbitas Family wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Jerry Hall on the July cover of Vogue, 1976.
Gabbitas has a reputation for excellence and has previously advised notable families, including that of Jerry Hall, the renowned model and actor, achieve educational success. Our team of experts are dedicated in providing personalized advice and support to help you and your family reach your educational goals.
Whether you're interested in consultations to help you navigate the education landscape, guardianships to ensure a smooth transition to a new school or country, or tutoring to give your child that extra boost, we have the resources and expertise to support you. For more information on how Gabbitas can help your family succeed, visit our website. The link can be found in our bio.
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This past November, Gabbitas attended the British Boarding Schools Network’s workshop. We had the privilege of meeting and connecting with our expanding schools’ network to better equip them with tools to engage with international pupils.
It was an insightful event, meeting headmasters and reps from our schools network and our industry partners – relaying our advice and our expertise to a wide range of international student issues and goals.
We would like to extend a warm thank you to Suzanne Rowse and Lisa Scott from BBSW for organising such a successful workshop.
Gabbitas’ heritage carries a cornerstone of educational expertise within independent education. Within these walls, students and families have paved their future with guidance from some of the most senior expert tutors in British history.
In this series we explore some of the most notable names of the Gabbitas Family. This month we remember Baron Taverne. Taverne was one of the most prominent UK politicians from the 1960s to the 1980s. He was one of a small number of British House of Commons’ members who was not a candidate of a major party. After being placed by Gabbitas as a teacher in 1952, he was elected the Labour Party member of parliament for Lincoln ten years later, working as Home Office Minister and Financial Secretary to the Treasury until 1970. But as his views further detached him from Labour, he set up the Lincoln Democratic Association before joining the Social Democratic Party – who went onto merge into the Liberal Democrats.
Since 1873, Gabbitas has tutored a wide range of students – from the young Harry Potter actors to European royalty, with the help of expert tutors.
From Mathematics to Fine Art; 11+ to University; We provide a tailored and bespoke service with experts in the field.
Find out more about tutoring by clicking the Link in Bio, visiting our website www.Gabbitas.com, or by giving us a call: +44 (0) 203 026 7443 or email: [email protected]
Ofsted has published a report on supporting students who struggle with reading in secondary school.
Boosting reading in secondary schools: 6 Ofsted study findings
Watchdog says tips from top schools will help others improve reading for struggling pupils and inform its own inspections
Chairman of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, Melvyn Roffe, criticises Oxbridge admissions processes for favouring state schools over independent schools.
Concerns over claims Oxbridge assessment 'favour' state sector pupils
The head of Britain's private schools has criticised Oxford and Cambridge universities for using new assessment methods which 'favour' state pupils.
The University and College Union (UCU) have announced that there will be a strike over pay and pensions in a historic ballot. Students could face lectures being cancelled or rearranged.
University staff to strike over pay and pensions
Lecturers, librarians and admin staff across the UK vote to take action over pay and pensions.
Happy Diwali to everyone celebrating. As people around the world mark Diwali, some have brought the celebrations with them.
'This is my first Diwali away from home'
As people around the world mark Diwali, some have brought the celebrations with them.
Schools in the Independent Schools Association share how they are reducing their energy costs.
Energy crisis: Teachers' tips on how to save energy in schools | Independent School Management Plus
Energy crisis: Schools belonging to the Independent Schools Association explain how they are limiting their energy bills as costs spiral
The government has confirmed plans to assist schools with their energy costs.
Government confirms 6-month energy bills support for schools
The government has confirmed its plans to help schools and other non-domestic energy users with their energy bills this autumn
It has been announced by the Department for Education that schools and colleges will be closed on the 19th of September for the Queen's funeral.
Schools should close on September 19 for Queen's funeral
The day has been declared a bank holiday
Rest in peace Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
From all of us here at Gabbitas, good luck and congratulations to everyone receiving their results today! 🥳
Exam regulator Ofqual is set to review why some students have been left waiting for their BTEC results.
Exam regulator to review why some students are still waiting for their BTEC results
Exam board Pearson apologised for the delays, which has meant that students have been unable to confirm university places.
Good luck and congratulations to everyone receiving their A Level results today! 🍀
Remember, we're here to help no matter the result.
With the number of university applicants expected to hit 1 million in a few years' time, the chief executive of UCAS has suggested that more students be guided towards apprenticeships.
Students ‘should turn to apprenticeships to ease demand for degrees’
There is ‘pent-up demand’ for qualifications that combine a mix of study and work, Ucas chief says
Staff at exam board AQA have begun their 72-hour strike over pay. AQA have said that this won't affect students receiving their A-level and GCSE results, however UNISON have disagreed and said that the strike could mean delays.
Staff at England’s biggest exam board to strike over pay
Union and AQA disagree about possibility of GCSE and A-level results being delayed by the action
The Government has announced a 5% pay rise for most teachers next year, with starting salaries rising by 8.9%. Unions have criticised the move due to the rise being below the current rate of inflation.
DfE announces 5% pay rise for most teachers in 2022-23
Starting salaries will increase by 8.9 per cent next year, but experienced teachers get below-inflation rise
Ministers are drawing up plans for the heatwave, including guidance for schools regarding classroom closures and for helping children cope with the heat.
UK weather: How heatwave is set to spark chaos ... and what it means for schools, transport and water supplies
As temperatures threaten to smash records this week, plans are being drawn up for a national heat health emergency